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Originally posted by disartdsgn
I also have to say that I saw them in 89 in DC.........THEY WERE SOOOOOO LOUD THAT TWO OF MY molar FILLINGS FELL OUT!!!
It was just a Marshall Plexi DIMED AND miced.....I can't even comprehend how loud J. is now Huh? did someone just say something? All I heard was a WOOOOOOOOSH...
Whaddaya goin' do? It isn't made anymore; it's idiotically overpriced. That said I had one for ten years and it never broke down. I got all boutiquey and gear snobby and sold the PN-2 because it was a boss for gods sake and tried:
and a few others I forget.....I ended up buying another PN-2 and ended up putting it back on the board. It isn't "amp like" the way some of those other pedals are. I found I didn't really like "amp like" as much. But these days its like the DM-2 or 3; a good pedal stupidly overpriced because it's out of production. Its a little different from most trems; definitly more machine like and sterile-but it seems to stick out more and cut through better for me. Some of those so called warm, boutique amp like trems got lost for some reason....
"i dont even know what a short bus is, isnt that a filter record?" Seifukusha
Originally posted by espechemode The PN-2 is pretty cool. It's not warm sounding or vintage sounding at all, it's a very modern sounding mechanical sort of tremolo. For the price it sells for now it's not really worth it.
I replaced mine with a Demeter Tremulator which just has to be about the best tremolo ever...I couldn't imagine anything sounding better.
yeah I got it from u! I traded u the rc20 I got for 100 bucks.
I got mine for 20$, blinking LED did not work but that was an easy fix, I got it off a bassplayer great tremolo, slight volume drop, but very decent tremolo ounds, anything from slow and soft pulsating to hard and fast chopper tremolo sounds, and the stereo panner is a nice bonus too.